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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD ESTABLISHED H APRIL 2 CENTS PER x This Is the Time of Year Everybody Hoosier Kitchen CaWncts 1 In Franks 1221 Parsons ave Every Year Built i H I More Convenient QIBSON FURNITURE THE B1Q SHOT THIWPG MEN Patrolmen at Columbus Made a Grievious Error in Rounding up Supposed MISTAKENFOR BURGLARS j jRISl ATE NiiWo IN BRIEF Two Young Men Shot to Death by Coj 20 Kmory lumbus i fourynnrold son of April Mistaken j of fi11 from a for John and Wlllinin sons ot were shot and killed by City Patrol men Holnz and Casey was BHRpended pending an thirtyfoot liny IUDIV April Marry the elevenyear old son of was probably family hurt by but Holnz remains on wilc Shortly before the Khootin burj he on glars were discovered by neighbors New April Me STICKS AND STONES Missies of all Kinds Used in Ches ter Trolley Line Established fired four shots two bur April The owner of the store and the j glars trying to enter Hie Peoples j police were Informed about the same Credit Clothing company The time of the The two young j burglars i men who wore Inter another Albert and William j New April Mlsaj Yoorger hastily armed themselves and Elsie ago lias been ran to the Patrolman Molnz j missing since lust Ferdlj and Casey were watching In the shad nand her asked the aid i ows of the building when the four j of the Foul play is young men arrived and each party April steamer mistook the other for be Wlulitm H built tor the Cart According to R Frank j company of fired a rifle four times at Patrolman j wag al local yards of the who drew a revolver and f i American Shipbuilding tally wounded the young Patrol man Casey ordered the other threej April six young men to throw up their hands i and they did the survivors GOVERNOR Tells Large Audience Bluntly What He Thinks of Cer i tain Legislators I Patrolman Casey that John Frank did not throw up bis but aimed a revolver at the Casey then shot John setting fire to the dry crass and brush when the park gardener gave Deoto drew a revolver and threatened i to Being the garj dener but the chase was taken i up by and the pursuers had j grown to mob proportions when Deoto i B Si pongees under price liandcome Dollar Pongee 76c a a yard when Silks are choice and wonder how they are thus the seasons best phsides Copenhagen Old with medium sized White or Color Stripes or Dots and Dresden Dots Same Color as i gardlng his so was kept busy but enough darker to dolngtbe tailor act with the needle and April yearold daughter of Edward Mayes of Asbton stumbled upon u sharj I the point entering her mouth i and penetrating her She died i April j late cashier for the Wheelj ing and Lake Erie Railroad j who was arrested on a charge of emj bezzling will bo examined by j physicians to determine his j April va tore Arj a was killed by an MAKES AN APPEAL FOR SUPPORT States His Position on Racetrack j Gambling Dill and Receives Enthu siastic Sarcasticj ally to Barnes of April a hun dred angry suburban residents tried to lynch Albert an A rope had been plnoed nronud neck when policemen and citizens rescued Deoto and a companion were umbrella thrust during a quarrel with j Sabasliano and Michael j The tip of the umbrella pen eraled Arrigos skull to a depth of j three April j a woIIUnown lawyer and one of the founders of the Lancaster New died at his home ageseven was Ho was being kicked and cuffed and dragged with a rope around j his neek when rescued and Could See For Clarence Foster the old ball was always busy sewing lu his spare moments in the Fos ter was a handsome fellow and took pride in keeping himself looking neat and natty as far as his attire and he was as particular as an old maid re Cameo Bcautiful soft clinging Calcium inches that always sells Dollarfifty to a Navy or with neat small figure or fancy line the clinging luster and softness to drape into most exquisite gowns a BOO33 NORTH One August Pop was taken ill and was ailing for some few The fact of bis illness got into the public press and KO became common talk among the A few days after fho announcement was made that Fos ter was 111 the Louis aggregation blew into the Washington The first day Foster was discovered sitting In front of the busy at his everlasting Pop shouted Catcher Joe 1 heard you were but how are you now carelessly responded Foster as litpaused n moment In his tailor I have been but just nt as yon can see for I happen lo be on the ington 9 a Fresh Fish Yellow Perch Blue Pike Lake Erie White Fish BUTIMOREOYSTERS AT THE KUNTZE FISH MARKET West Ot j Arlington Hotel i VERYTOW ONEWAY RATES PACIFIC COAST AND POINTS WEST VIA NICKEL PLATE Tickets daily to April Ask Local Agent or 41M825 KECK SON If you are interested in Carpets or Rugs now is the time for you to come in and look over our immense line of these We received additions this week to our showing of Spring Suits for la dies and We will also take pleasure in showing you more than enough of Spring Coats and i Warfel elected to i the state senate In 1S7G and was twice April Ry a majority of 45 the residents of Both any decided to enlarge the municipalI Ity to include Ihe college grounds and i other surrounding This means that Bethany will have twice her former April James j forty years old and j unemployed since last started to work on Ihe sewer being constructj ed by Scottdale borough to afford emj ployment for Idle men of the town and 1 dropped dead a half hour April The Washington county commissioners have decided to increase the bonded indebtedness of the county half to be used in the construction of the DonoraXVebsier bridge and Ihe remainder in road April Anna Dell three years was missed by i the family and MI investigation rei vealeil her on top of n thirtyfive foot wind There she turned round j and made the perilous trip down Fearing to startle the none dared g to speak to her till she had safely IM0WS reached the I April A man J to be giving his home as was arrested here on Wash Suits and Shirt a FOR RENT 5 Rooms With Bath EAGLE STREET A Fine Home for a Small Family Giliespie Repairing All Kinds of Furniture NO Saw Filing a Fritz 165 Columbia 353 Bell MONEY TO LOAN 177k Main He declared that President Roosevelt was in his debt to the amount of Benner said that he was employed by the president at Oyster Bay In a private The man Is believed to be April sor principal of Mount Pleasant high detecting the odor of Turkish tobacco emanating from a cloakroom frequented by young women of ho senior discovered the girls had been smoking They promised to desist and the prin cipal refrained from making their names April to United States Senator Penrose was not removed from the University where he has been confined for several days following an operation for an abscess on his to the home of his at Herbert Carpenter said that this was not be cause of any change for the worse In the senators hut because of the bad April the ring ing of his cash register George Wll who lives over his saloon in West found a man robbing his Afraid to shoot for fear that be would kill the Wlldaman waited until the robber came and dropped a flatlron squarely on top of his fracturing the The police were called and he IB Robert Savage of McConnells He Is In a serious New April remarkable demonstration against racetrack gamI bling that at time assumed the form j of a personal tribute to Governor j Hughes was made in The demonstration began in the streets j leading to the Bedford branch of the I Young Mens Christian I where the governor was announced to i address an anti racetrack gambling j and attended ho speaker from his carriage to the platform of j the spacious The massmeeting was a nonsecta rian affair for the the John Carson of the Central Presbyterian with the object of impressing upon j some of our representatives in tho islatme the necessity of their cluing ing their views regarding racetrack he it they do not change their views we will see to It that we change the i An hour before the time set for the meeting the hall was crowded to Uio while a thousand or more per sons were in the street Gov ernor Hughess arrival was the signal i for prolonged cheering and cries for u j speech to those who could not got into the For several minutes the demonstration Mounting the steps of a convenient the governor spoke setting forth the unconstitutionality of the present racing situation and warning his audi tors that upon them its citizens de volved the responsibility of scoing if It that the state constitution was kepi Relies Upon the Within the hall there was a second the audience first cheering and then rising and singing The Star Spangled Banner as the governor smiled and repeatedly bowed Mis ac i Governor Hughes referred to the j charge that his official conduct ing the situation had taken the form of executive he j I never will support a measure that I cannot openly and directly dis CUBS with the Said the governor Barnes of whoever he says he has no use for No That kind of a man never will have any use for The legislature has got to support the governor or well the reason Power of Wealth For The of the he contin must be obeyed and we will not permit the constitution to be The longer this matter is publicly de bated the more farreaching will be its Then the governor spoke of what he termed the unrighteous power of colossal wealth that stood behind tho racing game to defeat the will of the people and the express letter of the STRIKERS THROW EGGS Attempt to Settle Trolley Trouble at April dlsori der developed bore In connection with the street car strike Cars i were operated nt Intervals on nearly all the lines of the traction but there were few Kach ear j was guarded by Ihe xlsite and there was but one vigorous attack on the part ot the strike Shortly after the cars were started a j crowd on Second street bogaii pelting eggs the men In charge of one of them and when the supply of eggs j gave out Ihe throwers began using stones and The mounted state officers routed the disturbers and tir rested sioveral Throughout the rest of the day the strikers and their j sympathizers were satisfied to ulaild along the streets and at the po lice and the men operating the cars when they came i Superintendent of the Chester i Traction company said that Hie cars on all lines would be started on lar schedule on i The strikers rejected the offer of the president of the traction company to take them back as Individuals at i wages to be fixed by the j This ended an attempt of the citizens of Chester to effect a strikers have established a line of j Although trolley cars are run they carry no BULLETS KILL THREE Attempt to Arrest Demented Man Re sults In Bloody Apill men are dead and another is probably fatally wounded as the result of an at tempt of local peace ntFiceiK to arrest The dead are city marshal Night Watchman Hasbashan and The wounded Xlght Watchman twentytwo years son of a Johnston county was return Ing home on a Missouri Pacific train from a trip to a neighboring town and it is believed be suddenly lost his His actions were noticed by the and Warrensburg officers wore asked to Ihe City Marshal Ilyan and be two watchmen met Hawes as he got off the train and attempted to irrest llawes drew a revolver nml began At the first Marshal Ryan fell shot through the Other shots fol lowed and Night Watchman Basbashan fell shot through the Night Watchman Pollock was shot in the llnwes started to run from the but was shot and killed by a negro hotel OLD WOMAN SENTENCED Given Twenty Years in Prison For Fatal April Lucy H sixtyfive years old and already a having served one was sentenced by Judge Chetlain to twenty years Imprisonment in the penitentiary on the charge of The aged woman broke down in hys terical weeping and had to be carried to her She was convicted of the murder of Anna Horwatich in an When the woman was taken before Judge Chetlain she could scarcely Flense let me hear by my she Judge Chetlain then had the woman taken into his cham where ho passed When the judge pronounced the sentence of twenty years the old woman collapsed in her tt meant the rest of her life in File Petition With j April is j urged to action on legislation requir Ing the publicity of campaign funds In n petition which will be presented to the senate today by Senator son of Texas and to the house by Repi resentallve Mcfall of Massachusetts j The petition is signed by a committee i of the national publicity organization mid is accompanied by letters from nu merous members of the i The action was decided upon at ft i meeting held Thursday at the resli deuce of Perry the of the Prince of Wales to Visit April Arrangements have been completed for the visit which the Prince of Wales is to pay to Quebec in to attend the ter centenary celebrations and dedicate the monument on the Plains of Abra ham to Wolfe and Alontcalm and the men who fought under them for pos seaslon of what Is now the Dominion Cumberland Strike April The street railway inaugurated upon the refusal of the company to reinstate two of the men discharged on account of gambling In the com panys barn was amicably set tled last The company agreed to reinstate the men upon condition that there would not be a repetition of the abuses complained of and that there would hereafter be a strict en forcement of the rules of the company against It was agreed that should there here after be any differences or grievances upon the part of either the company or the men that the company will set tle them with a committee of the rail way Tis a Wonderful April living near has a dog that bo IB teaching to The animal can already speak several words of the English He Is a fullbloodeti He carries all of the wood used by the TJIsh family from the barn to the house at a certain time each takes corn from the house to the barn and feeds the and goes a half mile to the main road and receives the mail from the Oh o Says Labor Should Blacklist Their Enemies in Corgress IS SPEAKER AT UNION MEETING Resolutions Demanding Relief From Congress Adopted at New York and Other Cities Whera Meetings Were Held to April calling upon congress to enact legisla tion in which organized labor is inter ested were adopted nt a massmeeting at the Columbia The resolu tions declare that those in congress who vote against the measures de manded by labor will bo placed on the blacklist and every effort bo lo prevent their success In the polltl sal The legislation which organized la bor asks Is an amendment to the Sher man antitrust act exempting labor unions from its a bill to limit the Issuance of n general employers liability law and an extension of the eighthour law to all government Senator Dick of one oE the indorsed the proposition to blacklist members of congress and po litical aspirants who are unfriendly to Other speakers were Repre sentatives Lloyd of Hughes of New Savage of Wit I son and Nichols of Pennsylvania and Green of all of whom announced their approval of Preside Qompers April most Im of several labor massmeetings held the United States was that addressed by President Samuel Gompers of American Federation of Labor at the Grand Central palace last the j throng of labor men were many per sons in the social and official life of the In common with the meetings In other the local gathering was for the purpose of publicly demanding remedial legis lation by congress in the interest of organized The speakers nreed that congress pass the suggested labor amendment to the Sherman antitrust Father of Baseball New April Chad known throughout the country as the Father of is report ed dying at his residence in A Many women mistake kidney and bladder troubles for some irregular ity peculiar to the Foleys Kid ney Remedy corects irregularities and makes women Miss Carrie Bowling writes I suffered much pain from kidney and bladder trouble until I started to use Foleys Kidney The first bottle gave me great and after taking the second bottle I was entirely Bessemer MAY TURN DOGS LOOSE Uncle Sam Preparing to Deal With Venezuelan April a num ber of conference which Chairman Cul lom of the senate committee on for eign relations has had recently with President Roosevelt and Secretary Root it is now probable that before the adjournment of the present ses sion of congress blanket authority will be voted to the president to pro ceed against Venezuela In such man ner as subsequent events may require to uphold the dignity of the United States and guard the interests of Amer ican A resolution giving such authority to the president has been drafted by Senator Cullom and ap proved by the president and Secretary It provides in general terms that the president shall have the pow er to deal with Venezuela In the mat ter of adjusting the controverles with that country concerningwrongs done to American citizens and corporations In McDonald Eckles coal office at the new al7tf Foleys Orlno Laxative is best for women and UB mild action and pleasant tasto makes it prefer able to violent such as Cures Bessemer Phar Kisser Alms at White April gressman Hobsons political manager announces that he Is grooming him for nomination four j I OUTFITTING Tame Your A tamo rattlesnake belonging to an Arizona farmer sleeps every night on the front goto of its owners coiling himself around the gate and so that a lock and chain to keep out intruders are uot Plttsburg Will Send Cake to the April returns indicate the selection of Cake for the Republican nomination for United States senator over Sena tor Charles Thlnki It Was April Fannie fiancee of the George believes that he did not commit suicide but that he was Candy Kills Little April the elevenyearold daughter of and George died from poison ing caused by eating patent breath Ah said with a view to making Miss I was ulone lust evening with some one I ad luire very Ah echoed the bright were A Losing They tell mo that poor Jolly to a victim of his own good Thats Me lost bis own health lu drinking other The f This flat Is a mere said his wife and the cook has Just Bew burg Complete Spring showing of and Guimpes for Infante and There are especially excellent lines of Dresses and The Washable Dresses are ex tremely pretty and They are made of chambrays and dimities in long Dutch neck and low neck and short sleeve New Hubbard Dresses made of Sizes one to three New Russian and long waist Dresses made of percales and One to five year New Hompers made of percales and One to eightyear SEND FOR NEW McCreery and Wood Street at Sixth   

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